Product Description “Writing the Indo-Caribbean” explores the relatively little studied, but growing field of experience of the East Indies in the Caribbean since his arrival in 1838 until the end of serfdom in 1920. Sets the period of engagement in a broader socio-economic imperialism, post-slavery attempt to solve the shortage of labor and gender relations that overarched entire transaction in human bodies. By using a new perspective of analysis offered by the current writers on the subject of subordinates, the work of the usual historical approach and offers a new interpretation. The work will be of particular interest to historians, sociologists and social scientists who are focused on. . . More>>

Indo-Caribbean Indenture: Resistance And Accommodation, 1838-1920